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17 Oct 6:45pm Trend watch: how sweatpants became a hot fashion look
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Jogging bottoms are no longer just for lounging in. Upscale them in a fabric and fit that works for you for any occasion Jogging bottoms have been the unforeseen wardrobe hit of 2020. They got us all through lockdown and now we are reluctant to relinquish their comfort. Here’s our guide to get the best pair for you, with styling suggestions for work and leisure.
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17 Oct 6:00am Hort couture: gardeners road test the workwear fashion trend
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Designers have taken inspiration from the great outdoors this autumn, turning to all-weather clothes, smocks and big boots. But do actual gardeners dig it?
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17 Oct 3:00am The best new concealers for all skin tones | Sali Hughes
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Superlative colour correctors that blend perfectly without cracking or caking I haven’t written about concealer in a while, but a new discovery has, very happily, forced my hand. I’d been meaning to try
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17 Oct 2:00am ‘He wanted to control me completely’: the models who accuse Gérald Marie of sexual assault
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Elite Models boss Gérald Marie was one of the most powerful men in fashion. Was he also a sexual predator? As French prosecutors investigate, four women tell their stories for the first time A special investigation by Lucy Osborne In the spring of 1980, Wendy Walsh and her mother flew to Paris from their home in a suburb of Toronto, Canada. Walsh was 17, a straight-A student who excelled at maths. She was also an aspiring model whose blond, blue-eyed, girl-next-door look had already got her noticed; at a local hairdressing event, a couple of stylists from a Paris salon had offered to send her headshots to a leading model agency, Paris Planning. Letters and phone calls had been exchanged, and Walsh was invited to Paris. At the agency’s offices, Walsh and her mother, Ellen, were introduced to the charismatic 30-year-old boss, Gérald Marie. Marie offered to take them to lunch. “So we went to a little outdoor bistro in the Place de la Madeleine, around the corner from the agency,” says Walsh, speaking on the phone from her home in Los Angeles. “It was the first time I ever had a croque monsieur, and he was explaining what it was. I realise now it’s a fancy grilled cheese sandwich. And I remember distinctly him fawning over my mother, and this was surprising to me. She had been an extremely beautiful woman in her youth, but lupus had left scars on her face.
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